plain and simple, if he is not paying his share of court ordered nedical, he is in contempt. take him to court to ahow cause as to why he has not lived up to his end of the court order.
until the order for suppport is changed, what was agreed to is what is paid. how a person spends the money they do have does not always show a true picture of what they actually have.
If you go to court to modify, here is what he should be required to show to prove his income.
Past 3 years tax returns, and a profit and loss for the current year.
all bank and financial statements
and the court ordered finacial statement showing the debts and assets.
All these will give the court an accurate picture to base support on.
of course yo uto may be expected to show your income also, depending on how your state figures income.
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